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Yearly Archives: 2021

Activists flay South Africa’s decline of support for global plastic ban treaty

A Mail & Guardian exposé on Monday, June 21, 2021, revealed that the South African government plans to reject a new proposed global treaty on plastics....

‘Show Your Stripes’ campaign raises climate action awareness

Broadcast meteorologists and climate scientists united on Monday, June 21, 2021 – the Summer/Winter Solstice – for Show Your Stripes day to raise awareness of the...

Environmentalist advocates more afforestation activities to curb desertification

An environmentalist, Mr Gafar Odubote, has called for increased afforestation efforts to address the growing desertification encroachment on farmable lands in the country. Odubote, the...

CODE seeks MDAs probe over mismanagement of N97b COVID-19 fund

The 2020 annual report released by Connected Development (CODE) detailing how the federal and state governments spent the N97 billion Coronavirus intervention fund has...

Kano declares state of emergency on open defecation

The Kano State Government has declared a state of emergency on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) so as to end open defecation, the Commissioner for...

Seven countries to get more targeted support from GEF’s Least Developed Countries Fund

The Least Developed Countries Fund (LDCF), the only dedicated source of climate adaptation support for the world’s smallest and most vulnerable economies, will provide more...

ICCDI Africa, Nestlé launch sustainability training for kids

Nestlé Nigeria has launched a sustainability training for kids to teach the younger generation a more sustainable approach to managing and recycling waste in...

Embedding and financing climate resilience underpins Africa’s recovery

The fifth African Climate Resilience Infrastructure Summit (ACRIS5), which was held virtually from June 16 to 17, 2021, highlighted that integration of climate resilience...

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Three insurers distance themselves from controversial EACOP project

Insurance providers Argo Group and Axis Capital, both Lloyd’s of London members, and RSA Insurance Group Limited, a leading...
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Policymakers review analysis for green recovery and transition in Nigeria’s agriculture, energy sectors

Researchers and high-level representatives from relevant ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) on Wednesday, August 17, 2022, convened for a...

UNEP marks five years anniversary of Minamata Convention on Mercury

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has marked five years since the Minamata Convention on Mercury entered into force. UNEP,...

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Three insurers distance themselves from controversial EACOP project

Insurance providers Argo Group and Axis Capital, both Lloyd’s...

Policymakers review analysis for green recovery and transition in Nigeria’s agriculture, energy sectors

Researchers and high-level representatives from relevant ministries, departments and...